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Fruit tree genetic diversity in Central Asia: a spatial threat analysis

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Our spatial analysis framework aims to predict, at the population level, where multiple threats (overexploitation, overgrazing, landslides, fragmentation and predicted climate change), superimposed on patterns of genetic and nutritional diversity, are likely to have negative impact on important indigenous fruit and nut tree species.

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  • Gender responsive value chain development and the conservation of native fruit trees through an inclusive learning process: a case study in Western Ghats, India

Gender responsive value chain development and the conservation of native fruit trees through an inclusive learning process: a case study in Western Ghats, India

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Author: Lamers, H.; Hegde, N.; Hermanowicz, E.; Elias, M.

Bioversity International and LIFE Trust (a local NGO) conducted a sequence of participatory research activities in Kalagadde-Kanchigadde to improve incomes earned from forest resources and make in situ conservation activities more gender and socially inclusive.

Publisher: Bioversity International

Publication Year: 2017

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